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Sissy Spacek (band)

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Sissy Spacek
OriginCalifornia, U.S.
GenresNoisecore, grindcore
Years active1999–present
LabelsHelicopter, Misanthropic Agenda, Tape Room, Troniks
MembersJohn Wiese
Charlie Mumma

Sissy Spacek is an American noise band founded in 1999 in Los Angeles, California, United States, and currently consisting of official members John Wiese and Charlie Mumma, along with several collaborators both past and present. Since the release of their self-titled debut album in 2001, they have released a considerable catalogue encompassing genres which include harsh noise,[1] noisecore,[2] grindcore,[3] free improvisation and musique concrete.[4] Early releases consisted of collages of previously recorded demos and live performances with heavy use of cut-up editing.[5] Many works have been released or re-released on Wiese's own label, Helicopter.

Past members or collaborators include Corydon Ronnau,[6] Jesse Jackson, Danny McClain, Sara Taylor (Youth Code),[7] Aaron Hemphill (Liars),[8] Kevin Drumm, as well as Smegma, Hijokaidan and The Haters.

The band was featured at number 4 in LA Weekly's 2015 article, "The 20 Best Punk Bands in L.A. Right Now".[9]

In 2018, the band toured the US and Japan.[10][11]

Discography

Albums

  • Sissy Spacek (Helicopter/PACrec/A Dear Girl Called Wendy, 2001) - Italy
  • Scissors (Helicopter/Misanthropic Agenda, 2002)
  • Remote Whale Control (Helicopter/Misanthropic Agenda, 2003)
  • Devils Cone And Palm (Helicopter/Misanthropic Agenda, 2006)
  • French Record (Tape Room/Dual Plover, 2008) - Australia
  • California Ax (Helicopter, 2008)
  • Glass (Misanthropic Agenda, 2009)
  • Gore Jet (Sweat Lung, 2009) - Australia
  • 15-Tet Oakland (Misanthropic Agenda, 2010)
  • Sepsis (Second Layer, 2010) - UK
  • Dash/Anti-Clockwise (EET/Gilgongo/Helicopter, 2011)
  • Rip (Gilgongo/Helicopter, 2011)
  • Freaked With Jet (Gilgongo, 2011)
  • Grisp (Gilgongo, 2011)
  • Harm (Troniks, 2012)
  • Wastrel Projection (Antropofago Ateo/Handmade Birds, 2012)
  • Wreck (Phage Tapes, 2013)
  • Harm 2 (Troniks, 2013)
  • Billions And Billions (Chondritic Sound/Claimed Responsibility, 2013)
  • Sissy Spacek/K2, (Helicopter, 2014)
  • First Four (Helicopter, 2015)
  • Brath, (Oxen, 2015)
  • Basement-Spear (Claimed Responsibility, 2015)
  • Duration Groups (Helicopter, 2016)
  • Reversed Normalization, (Helicopter, 2016)
  • Disfathom, (Helicopter, 2016)
  • Slow Move (Troniks, 2017)
  • L/L (Helicopter, 2018)
  • Pitched Intervention (Helicopter/Bank Burner, 2018)
  • Trash Staging, (New Forces, 2018)
  • Blear (Tape Room/Gilgongo, 2018)
  • Ways Of Confusion (Nuclear War Now! Productions, 2018)
  • Formation (Daymare Recordings, 2018) - Japan
  • Spirant (Daymare Recordings, 2018) - Japan
  • Expanding Antiverse (Dotsmark, 2018) - Japan
  • Multifactorial Dynamic Pathways (with The Haters, Helicopter, 2019)
  • Entropic (with Hijokaidan, Helicopter, 2019)
  • Ballast (with Smegma, Helicopter, 2019)

References

  1. ^ "Sissy Spacek - Sissy Spacek | Songs, Reviews, Credits". AllMusic. Retrieved 2019-07-05.
  2. ^ "SISSY SPACEK - Ways Of Confusion (Album Review)". Themightydecibel.com. Retrieved 2019-07-05.
  3. ^ "PPM57 SISSY SPACEK "CONTRETEMPS"". Postpresentmedium.com. Retrieved 2019-07-06.
  4. ^ Hess, Joseph (2016-05-27). "Noise Artist John Wiese Returns to St. Louis with Sissy Spacek and Three New Albums". Stlmag.com. Retrieved 2019-07-06.
  5. ^ "Sissy Spacek — First Four 2xCD + DVD from Helicopter". Helicopter.storenvy.com. Retrieved 2019-07-06.
  6. ^ "Sissy Spacek". Gorejet.com. Retrieved 2019-07-06.
  7. ^ "Sissy Spacek". Daisrecords.com. Retrieved 2019-07-06.
  8. ^ "Aaron Hemphill of Liars: Authenticity Is An Aesthetic". Aplus-music.tumblr.com. Retrieved 2019-07-06.
  9. ^ "The 20 Best Punk Bands in L.A. Right Now". LA Weekly. 2015-11-17. Retrieved 2019-07-05.
  10. ^ "Sissy Spacek, Evicshen, Pain Chain, and Active Compound". Bostonhassle.com. Retrieved 2019-07-06.
  11. ^ "Hijokaidan/Sissy Spacek – Entropic CD from Helicopter". Helicopter.storenvy.com. Retrieved 2019-07-06.

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